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We describe Java-MaC, a prototype implementation of the Monitoring and Checking MaC architecture for Java programs. The MaC architecture provides assurance about the correct execution of target programs at run-time. Monitoring and checking is performed based on a formal speciication of system requirements. MaC bridges the gap between formal veriication,(More)
We describe Java-MaC, a prototype implementation of the Monitoring and Checking (MaC) architecture for Java programs. The MaC architecture provides assurance that the target program is running correctly with respect to a formal requirements specification by monitoring and checking the execution of the target program at run-time. MaC bridges the gap between(More)
We describe the Monitoring and Checking (MaC) framework which assures the correctness of the current execution at run-time. Monitoring is performed based on a formal specification of system requirements. MaC bridges the gap between formal specification and verification, which ensures the correctness of a design rather than an implementation, and testing,(More)
Medical cyber-physical systems (MCPS) are lifecritical, context-aware, networked systems of medical devices. These systems are increasingly used in hospitals to provide highquality continuous care for patients. The need to design complex MCPS that are both safe and effective has presented numerous challenges, including achieving high assurance in system(More)
Invited Paper This paper describes the modeling language CHARON for modular design of interacting hybrid systems. The language allows specification of architectural as well as behavioral hierarchy and discrete as well as continuous activities. The modular structure of the language is not merely syntactic, but is exploited by analysis tools and is supported(More)
Why are there so few successful "real-world" programming and testing tools based on academic research? This talk focuses on program analysis tools, and proposes a surprisingly simple explanation with interesting ramifications. For a tool aimed at developers or testers to be successful, people must use it - and must use it to help accomplish their existing(More)
The paper discusses the use of formal methods for the analysis of architectural models expressed in the modeling language AADL. AADL describes the system as a collection of interacting components. The AADL standard prescribes semantics for the thread components and rules of interaction between threads and other components in the system. We present a(More)